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For instance, the loan repayment rate is a commonly used indicator of portfolio quality. However, this measure can omit important information contained in a superior indicator such as the share of the portfolio at risk. Assessments also often neglect to report on numbers of programme dropouts. Nevertheless, the rate of dropouts can be a robust indicator of whether participants feel the programme is worthwhile. Enterprise income can also be misreported in a variety of ways. For instance, the level of enterprise income is often described instead of changes in income.
A Capital Asset Pricing Model Under Stable Paretian Distributions in a Pure Exchange Economy by Wang X.-H., Wen Zh.-X.